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Morning News Watch
highway flagman hit by truck

A highway flagman is injured yesterday in a wreck in a construction zone in Moniteau County. 47-year-old Donna Calvin works for a contractor doing work on Highway 50 east of Tipton. Calvin was hurt when a pick up stopped at ...Read More

will tourism officials recoup the money to get msp tours up and running again?

You’ll see the tours buses back in front of the old M-S-P prison in Jefferson City. Office of Administration Commissioner Doug Nelson says the two – (m) million dollar cost wasn’t just to clean out the mold … Tours were ...Read More


A Mid-Missouri murder trial is being held outside the area this week. 43 – year old Terry Fritz of Meta is charged in the death of his girlfriend Kinga Gillibrand back in 20-10. Investigators believe Fritz killed the woman at ...Read More

KWOS 2-Minute News Update

Here's your KWOS 2-Minute News Update for Wednesday, April 23rd.  Listen now: (more…)

95-Second Sports Update

Here's your NewsRadio 950 KWOS Sports Update for Wednesday, April 23rd. Listen now:

runaways crash suv near hartsburg

A teenage girl is seriously hurt when the stolen SUV she's riding in crashes in southern Boone County. First responders went to Hartsburg Bottom Road and Bush Landing Road Sunday morning and found the SUV demolished after crashing into a ...Read More

you may vote on a teacher tenure question

You might be asked to fill out a petition that seeks to eliminate tenure for long time teachers. Marc Ellinger is representing the campaign … The ‘Teach Great Initiative’ could end up on your ballot later this year. It would ...Read More

Suspect i-d’ed in a jefferson city shooting

We now know the name of the man who allegedly shot another man in Jefferson City late last night. 28-year-old Marcus Jordan faces first degree assault charges. He's accused of shooting a 39-year-old victim in the chest and hand inside ...Read More

you better check your ‘dogs’

Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of its Oscar Mayer wieners made in Columbia because they may mistakenly contain cheese. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said Sunday that Kraft's "Oscar Mayer Classic Wieners" may instead ...Read More

MSP tours are back on

Public tours of Missouri's historic state penitentiary resume today even as crews continue work on the roofs of buildings as much as 146 years old. The cost of that work is being split by the state and Jefferson City. While ...Read More


KWOS Open Air
Paintings, Pilsner, Pest House, and Prison Breaks

Dr. Gary Kremer is Director of the State Historical Society Of Missouri, and a monthly guest on KWOS Open Air. As usual, we covered a lot of ground in our latest visit:[display_podcast]

AIMing For Less Tax & Regulation

Ray McCarty is President of Associated Industries Of Missouri. On KWOS Open Air, he discusses the Missouri Legislature's latest attempt at a tax cut and a national coalition for less government regulation:[display_podcast]

Sardines & Coffee: Breakfast Of Champions

Well, maybe or maybe not, but we do talk about "food as medicine" with Dr. Chris Link on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

The Weight Of Blood

Author Laura McHugh of Columbia has written a successful first-time crime novel, The Weight Of Blood, set in a fictional Missouri Ozarks town. She'll be at Downtown Book & Toy this evening, April 10th, at 7PM for a book signing. ...Read More

The Gift Of Life

April is Kidney Recipient And Donor Month. Lori Hodges is the mother of Michael Clark, who died in a car accident 15 years ago. Several of Michael's organs were used to help others, and Lori has since become a volunteer ...Read More